Security Department

Welcome Students!

The Security Department would like to help you to make your experience here at CCC a safe and positive one. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to come to the Security Counter or email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Please familiarize yourself with the requirements and security information on our site.  We have maps of the campus,  links to help you under Security General Information as well as "FAQ's" to answer some of your general questions,  if you do not find your answer there please come to our counter and we will assist you.

 

Winter weather is here to stay for a while,  Be aware of icy conditions on the roads and in the parking lot as well as walking on the sidewalks. 
Get your battery checked and cleaned to help with those cold morning starts.  Dig out your ice scraper and cold weather clothes. 
Security does have a battery jumper in case you do have an issue with a low or dead battery.
 

During the winter monthes when there is snow, or the forcast of snow,  vehicles cannot be left in the CCC parking lot overnight (CCC Policy 121-13, 2, 9 c). 
It is unsafe to leave your vehicle overnight due to the heavy equipment used for snow removal.  If there is an emergency concern please see security first.
 

If you would like to be notified of snow closures as well as any other CCC emergency, you can go to the Main Web page or sign up with CCC Alert ( listed below) from the conveniance of you home.  If you do not have computer access you can stop by security at either campus and we will assist you with signing up for CCC Alert.


Coconino Community College is now a part of the StormReady community. Find out more about this program at StormReady.


Coconino Community College complies with the Smoke Free Arizona Act (A.R.S. § 36-601.01),  
CCC is a smoke free campus, this includes electronic cigarettes.  Please read the CCC Policy 107-01 2. 1. b governing this if you have any questions or concerns.
 

Mountain Line Bus passes

If you currently hold a Mountain Line bus pass, please note that they will expire the September 30th, 2019.  A new bus pass program is available, for more information view our Bus Pass Information page.

 

Download the Mountain Line Bus App for your Apple or Android Smart Phone.
 

REACH Logo

Coconino Community College has a new program to help report and identify students or employees that may be having behavioral concerns.
This program is R.E.A.C.H. (respond, educate, collaborate, healthy),  more information can be found at:  https://www.coconino.edu/reach
 

Flagstaff also offes a resource Guide of local resources to assist individuals.
Flagstaff Resource Guide


CCC ALERT
What is the CCC Alert?  Read about it here.  CCC Alert information.

If you have not signed up for the CCC alert you can do so at your convenience online,  go to: CCC Alert Sign Up

 

Sex Offenders on Campus
Coconino Community College reports all known sex offenders on all the CCC campuses.  Sex Offenders

Service Animals

Frequently asked questions about service animals
Americans with Disability Act definition of service animals
Coconino Community College Policy on Service Animals

 

Parking Concern

Parking Permits

We have had a drastic increase in some vehicles parking outside of the established parking lines.  Other vehicles arrive and then park illegally because they are not between the established white lines.  If you pull into a parking stall and are not able to park between two white lines or a curb on one side and a white line on another side,  move to a spot where you can park legally, otherwise you are at risk for a citation.  If you have any questions or concerns, please come in and speak with the Security Staff at the counter. 
Please keep in mind that how you park may affect other vehicles being able to park legally.
 

Overflow Parking:  if you cannot find a parking spot in the general parking lot,  we have parking overflow on the east end of the employee parking lot.  Vehicles parking on curbs, driveways or islands in the parking lot create an unsafe parking situation and will be cited.
Overflow Parking Map

Parking Permits are currently available  for the 2019 - 2020 Academic Year. 
Permits can be purchased at the Student Accounts counter.   Pricing is Available Here

There is a change for the Employee permits (EP) this year.  The initial Employee permit is free and will be picked up at the security counter at either campus,  any additional EP permits are $10.00 and will be purchased  at the Student Accounts counter at either campus.

You  can get your form at the Student Accounts counter on the Lone Tree or Fourth St. Campus when you purchase your permit, Employees can pick up their form at Security.


Do you want to save time and not have to stand in line to purchase your Parking Permit?
Please note that this option is only for General Parking Permits.


Purchase it online at your "myCCC Portal".


All vehicles parked on the Fourth Street campus or the Lone Tree campus must have a valid permit.

In an ongoing effort to increase efficiency, Security will be using email addresses for correspondence. You can update your email at Student Registration.
 

For campus hours as well as campus maps, please visit our Contact Us page.

 

 

Contact Security

You can contact Security with questions or concerns at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A printed copy of the Annual Campus Security Report and Summary are available from Campus Security upon request by calling 928-226-4304 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.